kobe steel al al dnv plate in China

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  1. Guest62110524

    Guest62110524 Previous Member

    been trying source Kobe Steel al al plate in China, I cant even get a line to Kobe by tel in Kobe itself
    nearest I can get is Soon Lian in Singapore at over 7000 US tonne fob SHANGHAI, anybody have links to DNV plate,. wide, in China thanks
     
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    kobe is one of the biggest in the world 45000 tonne al al plate month, we used it in NZ ANOTHER NAME FOR THIS MASSIVE Company is Kobelco
     
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    ...it was said with tongue in cheek! (I thought that would be obvious?)
     
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    Guest62110524 Previous Member

    it was, my mind is busy
     
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    Then you have not used the link correctly. It displays all the mills around the world which are DNV approved. It shows i think 5 in China one in Taiwan.
    As always, don't jump to conclusions just because you cannot find or understand it immediately. Everything is there, you just have to look...
     
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    Guest62110524 Previous Member

    you will Never learn, ,stop being condescending , you are not superior at all, and I did search alu plate, yes came up with tube and never plate
     

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    See, you have done it again! Jumped to the wrong conclusion, rather than trying to understand what was a simple helpful link, if you bothered to enquiry, or simply come back and say "I don't know how to use the link you provided". But, no, that is nor your MO. Because doing so, leave some with the impression that you cannot read or comprehend a simple website with simple "click here" buttons. I suspect you spent 5 seconds looking at it (where is the answer, where is the answer...just being impatient), giving up and thought.....hopeless, what a load of crap the link is, typical Ad Hoc, hopeless as ever! And so just launch into your usual tirade.

    To help/assist someone, one provides the means to learn and help themselves, giving a one line answer does not. This way when a similar problem occurs, they do not need to keep coming back and asking the same questions, why?..because they took the information, understood it, and can now do for themselves.

    I can image you walking into a restaurant, you ask the waiter for the menu. After looking at it, you stare at him blankly. The waiter says what, you want me to choose for you and eat your meal, because you are unable to do so yourself??!!

    If you cannot navigate a simple website that has been provided to you to help you with your problem, just say so, then it is clear. And leave your personal comments where they belong....in the rubbish bin labeled "comments where i don't understand a word but will shout and moan and criticise for the hell of it, rather than being grateful for the assistance and be professional in my approach next time".

    No wonder you think details like this
    http://www.boatdesign.net/forums/metal-boat-building/metal-frame-detail-28371.html
    are acceptable and under the illusion these are LR approved. If you don't understand something in 5 seconds, all you do is criticise rather than try and understand or learn from it!!

    PS...where do I say I am superior?? (sounds like an inferiority complex to me!)...if your definition of 'superior' is "able to read a website and realise that the answer is more than one mouse click away"..then yes, i pleased guilty!

    PPS..you realy are very disingenuous to anyone trying to help you where you can't follow and/or comprehened the advice given.
     
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